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Windows 7: How to merge licence.key file in Windows 7 ?

23 Sep 2009   #51

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
 
 

If the OP gets this working, case closed. BTW, this idea came to me by looking at the registry icon on the license.key file in one of your post.


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23 Sep 2009   #52

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by squonksc View Post
I'm somewhat surprised about some reactions from my friends.

The OP did name the software when asked by z3r010.
It was Teracopy.

It's an app to speed up copy over network, and indeed it has a license.key file to license it.

I to have a few older apps that need to be registered this way.
Most of which I bought.
Not all. I'm not going to be a hypocrite about it.

What I don't understand is that the OP cannot right click and merge, because that functionality is still present in Windows 7.
I just checked.

And so his question by it self is legitimate.

Do we have to be judges and jury in here?
Do people have to show proof of purchase before they get help?

We don't interrogate everybody with Windows 7 RTM in their specs do we?
We give them the benefit of the doubt, they either got it through technet or MSDN.
How likely is it, that a noob has a technet or MSDN subscription?

I saw two of my good friends neg repped the OP which in my opinion was totally uncalled for.

The OP was being attacked instead of helped imho, and so it's not strange he wasn't being cooperative but defensive instead.

If I was gullible (which I'm not) I would have to believe that none of SF members ever used any software without proper license, or has any mp3 that he didn't buy, and never ever copied a cd from a friend.
Yeah right.

He who is without sin, may throw the first stone.

I just can't stand hypocrisy.
Friends must be honest to one another, so forgive me for being honest.

I appreciate your honesty. I would have had the same mindset here with this OP if the simple request to know what software he was activating and other important details was not met with an aggressive comment. That to me shows that he has something to hide. If I was posting to ask for assistance with this kind of issue (or any issue to begin with) than I would provide info necessary to diagnose and resolve the problem. I have known forums to be shutdown for providing assistance in activating software that they unknowingly provided. If his request (which appears to me) is legitimate than I will be the first to apologize. Just my thoughts
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23 Sep 2009   #53

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Zidane24 View Post
I appreciate your honesty. I would have had the same mindset here with this OP if the simple request to know what software he was activating and other important details was not met with an aggressive comment. That to me shows that he has something to hide. If I was posting to ask for assistance with this kind of issue (or any issue to begin with) than I would provide info necessary to diagnose and resolve the problem. I have known forums to be shutdown for providing assistance in activating software that they unknowingly provided. If his request (which appears to me) is legitimate than I will be the first to apologize. Just my thoughts
Hi Zid,

An old friend informed me that by the time I came to this thread, some of the OP's posts were already deleted by the mods.
Therefore the whole thing was out of context.

That sheds a different light on the matter, and knowing my friends, it must have been the OP's own fault he got treated the way he did.
I apologize for doubting you.

The heart of my post still stands.

I think it's not our place to judge.
If OPs don't specifically asks to crack sw, we should give them the benefit of the doubt.
And we shouldn't pretend we are the righteous ones.

Greetz
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